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Dons look to make it four wins from four when they take on Doncaster Rovers at Stadium MK this afternoon.
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FULL TIME: MK Dons 1-0 Doncaster Rovers
Last updated: Saturday, 27 March, 2021, 17:11
- Dons sit 13th at the start of play, taking on fifth placed Doncaster
- Harvie gives Dons the lead
The League One table this evening
View from the press box
They’ve done it, four in a row for the first time since 2019 and that late run they put together to get back up the League Two table.
Some late pressure from Doncaster as the visitors pressed on but it’s the first clean sheet since Hull away in early February.
The gap to the play-offs keeps getting smaller...
76 mins: Deadlock broken!
He hit the post in the first half but he’s made no mistake this time as Daniel Harvie cuts in from the left flank onto his right foot, unleashes a fierce effort which looks like it has taken a deflection through to Jones who is left with no chance!
Dons in front!
67 mins: Dons make two changes
Ethan Laird and Cameron Jerome will come on for the final 22 minutes, replacing Matthew Sorinola and Andrew Surman.
65 mins: Still nothing to separate the sides
It feels like it has 0-0 written all over it, this one. Neither side really doing much in the attacking third, Dons are still with the best chances with Grigg getting another half-chance on target from O’Riley’s cross.
Doncaster’s best effort since Lokilo’s double chance has come from a John Bostock free-kick which was high and wide.
No signs of any changes from the bench forthcoming as yet.
53 mins: Lokilo with two bites of the cherry
Doncaster with a chance, O’Riley gives it away but Lokilo’s first effort is blocked by Darling, the second is well over the bar.
Back underway at Stadium MK, and within seconds of the restart Thompson drives forwards into the box and forces another save from Jones to tip over the bar.
Half time: MK Dons 0-0 Doncaster Rovers
An interesting half, but a frustrating one too for Dons. The better chances, Grigg and Harvie all coming close and drawing saves from Louis Jones, but it will be the Scott Fraser substitution after 29 minutes which will raise the most eyebrows - a tactical decision it would seem rather than a injury-based one.
39 mins: Off the post!
Best chance of the game for MK Dons as Daniel Harvie cuts in from the right and hits it on his left, Jones gets a finger tip to it and it hits the post, rolls along the line towards Grigg but Jones recovers to put it out for a corner. Grigg gets another sniff from the set-piece and the keeper again denies him.